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J I t ' lit I I I ,|11 , e IDixie-HarcoHas IMost Mobile Leading the list of blood don- ors at the Tuesday visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile unit to Charles Town were employees of the Dixie-Narco Company of Ran- son with 12 making contributions. Leggett's Department store had eight donors and the Powhatan Brass and Iron Works had seven. Of the 93 pints donated 28 were first timers and 43 were replace. merits or directed donations. The list of those who assisted with the bloodmobile were: Administration-Mrs. James M. Mason III, Mrs. J. D. Yowell, Mrs. Garland Heflebower, Jr., Adm. Geo. R. Cooper. Hostess-Mrs. W. P. C. Perry. Registrars-Mrs. George R. Held rich, Mrs. Lowell Hetzel. Typist-Miss Mary Alice Moore. Labeler-Mrs. Joseph Christian, Miss Elizabeth Shortley. Usher-Miss Elizabeth Shortley. Canteen-Mrs. Lacey Bailey chairman, Miss Anne Aldridge Mrs. Brooke Blackford, Mrs. Brown Rissler, Mrs. Anise Kelley, Mrs. A. B. Cash, Mrs. Eliza Milton. Nurses-Mrs. Paul Milton, Mrs. John Porterfield. Nurses Aide-Mrs. George H. Shortley. The list of donors and the organ izations, industries or businesses they represent are as follows: Dixie-Narco- Lester C. Bowling, Elmo Unger, James Brand, Cedric Sullivan, Ronald Myers, Willie Hough, Luther Comer, Edward Tomlin, Harold Churchey, Robert Merchant, William Ott, tIowat:d James. Leggetts-Calvin Adams, Frances Robinson, Nancy Swartz, Thelma Cornell, Bennie Bell, Ellis N. Cook, James Robinson, Phyllis Propps. illl i I~ i CHARI,ES TOWN, W. VA. MEN'S AND EACH Pick a lightweight cotton skipdent shirt with cuffed short sleeves, extra! Sizes to 17. Come ton spo1% shirts in ginghams, solids, more. All with topstitched Citizens Fire Co.,Venton Plum, . t Glenn Ramsburg. lars, permanent stays. Get file | Powhatan Brass & Iron-James "~ rill it. Griffith, David Cheshire, Ralph ' day in small; medium, large size: ___ .____----!. me I Buddenhagen, Russell L. Jones Jr. N [Earl W. Painter, Kenneth Maye, / ~, ' - ~:: !i::~i~: in |James R. Henry. J~lf i'- , Independent Fire Co.-Lee Rams ] '~~~ I burg, Ernest Houser. ~, ~, . I ~' ~'~ ;Hil "~d~ ~':~ii~i ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE ] U.S. Wildlife & Fisheries-Juan :!" ~* ]ita Coiiis, Clarence Dunbar, Ken. ~ ;i~:'~!i "~ " ....... ;" * 71 seth Wolf. ~:.i~ ~""i~:. ~ I~~!~ A Community Cornerstone Since 18 ] Kiwanis-Bessie Burns, Caleb MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION IBufins LeW:dmy rstoneCharles t IL. Masgn- . / !!i " I General Telephone Co.- Kitty ~2,~.~'~,)~ I Whitmre'vickers. Elva Lancaster, Nina ~ ~.~.~t~ : ....... | Valley Board-Charles E. Costel ~1o, Conrad Hammann, Robert S. i: T T Perry 2nd McCabe, Randolph Anders. More Gifts Received By "In'memory of Mrs O M Mer- W~yside Garden Ctub I Esso Distributors-K. Emory Kab ~ ~! t chant from Mr and" Mrs "F E |le, Carl Shenk, Odis James. Others Ida S Mason, Elsm Hef Brenneman j a0s ]t~] Mem0r]~] Fund .......... " " " "! ]nst~fl$ Hew Officers i lebower" Richard Neal " Flo~d P ] In memory of Mrs. Margareti i~:,~,,h~ 'r~,~n r~,~onsmith Mar- Mrs D K Koonce, treasurer of L]skey from Vlrgmm Ware Blbl The June meeting of the Way-]n .qmith g: 1-1 atte'son Jean ., . . . ........... , ...... P 1 , the Wn~en s Auxiliary f the / Class' Charles Twn Bapt'st Chur s'de Garden Club was held June ] [*'~ ~ i~ a'~*~'n nieha .... ' ~'~i! ~1 I Charles Town General tlospital, I ch. . 27 at the home of Mrs. Elmer Wag| Harl, .~nna'Mae Wood.hay'i'd ornd announced the following addition- 1 In memory of Mrs. Annie Ham eley. - luerbeam Malcolmn Tavlor Geo- al memorial gifts: l ilton from Mrs. O. L. nooe, Mid-I After the reading of the min-~ ~ge A 'Brown, Sammy Grove, SAVE ON NEW SPECIAL BUY! In memory of Mrs. W. TraversIt dleburg, Va. iutes and the report from the treas|| James "Cameron, William Shorts, FASHION TWINS_ Coe from Miss RebeCca Trapnell In memozs' of Mr. Charles M.I urer and committees, the. presi- Grafton Blue,_ Owes Conkly_n, Carl_ MEN'S LIGHT, ] COTTONS! Miss Edith Gardner, Miss Helen,Derr from Mr. and Mrs. Herman dent Mrs. James Moler, mstalled|Barron Jr. Cleo Poole Frances $*. }.66 SAVE ON EASY, WEIGHT KHAKI [ V. Martin and Dr. James Clifford. ]WilliSin memory of Mrs. Richard ]Riley. and Mr. and Mrs.,Richard tin July.the new officers who will preside| Penwel]| ise Durham,JsephineElliottDurham'G. Hahn,LU'Al. CARE SLACKS:$ PANTS |1 yards Buckner Smith from Ella Smith I In memory of Mr James B I The new officers are: president,| len L. Bartlett, Alonzo Peters, Ed-~ ' (Miss) .Jw--,,~ from "Dr and "Mrs Harry Mrs. Kenneth Sager of Brooke St.,|ward Lee Pifle, Martin Glaize F. Cool- Cool Crisp Match- 2 for. 7.00 $4~.00 Pair In memory of Mrs. George P.]Lan~,don, Admiral and Mrs Geo- me president, Mrs. Pmge Jen-| Dow Strider, Charlotte Under- ] Solids and prints for Shirley from Mr. and Mrs. Fran-[rgeR Cooper; Mr and Mrs: H. S. kiss; secretary, Mrs. Leo Widmy-|wood, Rudolph Underwood, Rob- ing Skirts and Blouses Machine wash and dry! I summer into fall! cis White. .... ~ Clonner" Mr and l~rs H S Clon er; treasurer, Mrs. Glen Widmyer.| ert Dolman, William Coates, Wil- and at such a Tiny Price. Cool~ pleated styles! Rich Hurry m Men Keep cool Iq memory of Mrs. Daisy FrittS{per"]r 'and" Mr and'Mrs "l[ El The club discussed having out-|liam R. Dodson, Harry L. Shirley, " -- [ savings priced. from Mr. and Mrs. William SteW~Brenneman .... ~side judges each month to judge|Mary Grimes, Marshall Burch, Hurry in for these, blend Arnel triacetate at a fraction of: the cost. ] resistant, textured, art, Harpers Ferry. ] ..... ~-" "" Mr and Mrs' the flower arrangements. |Franklin Shiley, James R. Cain, raybn slacks .in 6 In memory of Mrs. W. E. Min-[r~,~',",~"~,"'~'~,f'a,.,.~,,,, -of The members enjoyed a plant|Cordell Bradford, Charles Sow- 10 to 18. top colors. ~ Sizes 30 to 42. [ glaze cottons, more] ghini, Martinsburg, W. Va. from | ~=" ~..="~"s...' f'~rs'."~]'l~ ~_~" auction with very goodresults. ~ ers, Fred Longerbeam, Frisby ~ [~ HI t~,~..--- ............. v The Flower Shop practice en-~Fierv - _ j r'er~ Jr. titled "March Time" made by I ~" 0 t~I In memory of Mr. Leonard Me- Mrs. Norman Corbin, Mrs. Francis [ wo~*ern Style S-uare ~ A h ~ ~ -,, ~ l Donough from Jackson-Perks Post Printz and Mrs Carl Merchant, --'"~'* ~ ~ ~,'~ M I"/4 L II @! No 71 ...... r: I L~ance on ~a[ur~ay ot rece~vea ~a pomps. I T,. ~-~r-,ville ~a " ~'~. For Wrapping and R ] ...In memory of Mr. Leonard T. The general arrangement was a i ...... "~ ' -- " ~~ ~" "/'~]~"~'~ ~ [ Print|n Paner Product ~l ~napman zrom ~rs. u. u. uumer crescent of roses. Mrs. Vivian[ A Westren style square dance ~I , / "~'~'g~ Towe~,~ ~UeS, ]~, ~land Virginia Ware Bible Class Bush received a red ribbon, Mrs. lwill be held on the tennis court ~r/ ~'..~t-,~, ~,,,,d|oo ~ ~/and Circle No. 3 Charles Town Elmo Wageley a yellow and Mrs. tat Berryville, Va. on Saturday ~ .:~ ~u,~,~, ~-uvv-,~o Ba hst Church . ....... ~ ..... ~,_ ~| P " - _ i Paige Jenkins a white. |night, July 8 from 7:30.p.m. us- .~ for ~ome~--~tore~---~tc. In memory of Mrs Trenor Far I n e T ~i " Horticulture spec'me s r ceiv. I til 10:30 P. M. (DS). Ask Your Dealer ~| ke Judd from Mrs, H. H. Hunter, ing ribbons were: Bells of Ireland [ "Curley" Custer a well known X . ,.. ~ __ ~_ ]{|Miss Anna Reviol, Mrs. ~sa ~e- Mrs. Norman Corbin, blue; Mrs.[Western Style Square Dance call ~]er~m r~per ~ ~ ] viol, T. T. Perry 2rid, Dr. and Mrs. Vivian Bush, red. ! er will be in charge of the pro- HAGERSTOWN, MD. X| Victor Stouffer. Delphinuim-Mrs. Norman Cor- !gram for this night, i ,~ PHONE--Regent 9-0600 S] In memoryofMMrrS.~on~eSF.MMaa bin (2) blue; Mrs. Vivian Bush, I This will be a-free dance for~ & ~ coughtry zrom M . oert ac blue. all members of Western Square ~;~ .... I oughtry and Miss Shirley Maeou- Rose-Mrs. VIvian " Bush, blue; I Dance Clubs in this and surround | ghtry. .. ~. Mrs. Thurman Whitacre (1) Blue, ] ing areas. ~ ] Inmemoryoz~r.~enjaminL. (1) White. I Spectators are welcome and f/~~~..'~ Wh~ther, Ralezgh, N C from Miss Maculate Mr th re ll / /~:~ ~ | ' " " " - s. Kenneth Sager, I e wi be no admission. f-~ /~~Wj~'~l~]l~l | Elizabeth G. Taylor. ~ white I ~ : " ~ [[[ f_~[\" ~l~~ I In memory of Mr. Harvey J. "Yarrow-Mrs. Norman Corbin, { Glorosa- Mrs. James Moler, I(] ]'~ ~ }.\ ~ I Hudson from Mrs. Lenore Moler Blue. !Blue.~ , ~.I I~ ] ~ .......... :Miss Mitzi Moler and Mrs. Elsm . Regal Lily-Mrs. Kenneth Sager, I Gailardia- Mrs. Norman Corbin ~t~Am mun G Jones [ ~ ~" I white, blue. CLEANER ---------- --- ' U S scmnus~ find Soviet ' ER C~T Jl:Olll#16 Till| Ill ilALF! hopefui On arms talk. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM S ADVOCATE '' 8--B' THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961 Reiuvenates Sluggish Irons Removes Clogglng Scale S .er ng SENSATIONAL JAMAICAS USE THIS COUPON SLEEVELESS BLOUSES * print or plain TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE little-iron, easy-care 3 great cottons cotton prints, plaids sizes up to 44! easy.care, little-iron Flatter-length shorts tailored .to In fine cott()ns of crisp sharkskin, poplin and shiny sateen. A wide vari( neat little prints, sharp solids to choose in new summery-colors! Sizes 10 to Shirts, pullovers with cotton knit cuffs and waists, scoop necks, overblouses . take amazing at this price! White, pastels, ging- ham plaids . . . big variety! Sizes 32 to 44. .~ .+. v .,. ......................... ~ ...... ( ........ ~.., .:...:. - ...:.:... -:-:. -:. ,:~..:':':"' ff ON "":::::: ::::.'"' ""::::::: ' , TIME PAYMENT CASH, LAY-AWAY~ ..o. THE FI~XIBLI[ P|NNKY WA " A PU CHASS, "